François Bachy

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François Bachy (born 6 March 1960) is a French television journalist. Born in Saint-Cloud, Hauts-de-Seine, after a law degree and a master's degree in political science, he entered the training center for journalists.

Career[edit]

He made his career on TF1, where he started as a journalist in the economic department (1984–1985), then the service policy (1985–1989). He presented the news broadcasting at 11 PM on weekends (1989–1991) and show '7 arts à la une (1989–1993),[1] and became for a while Grand reporter for Culture (1991–1993).

Bachy remains a political journalist : he became Deputy head (1994–1996) and Chief of the policy department and Deputy editor (1996–2002) and Chief editor in the economic and political departments (since 2002).

During the presidential campaign of 2002, he hosted a "campaign news" in Jean-Pierre Pernaut's new broadcastings at 1 PM.

He was awarded the Chevalier de l'Ordre National du Mérite by Jacques Chirac on 3 May 2007.

He is Deputy Director of Public Information, in charge of the political center since 2008.

Since 2008, he hosted Le Blog Politique on TF1 and La Chaîne Info (LCI).

He was the author of two books about François Hollande.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • François Hollande, un destin tranquille, Plon, 2001
  • L'énigme François Hollande, Plon, 2005

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biography TF1.fr Retrieved June 7, 2009
  2. ^ "François Bachy, journaliste-auteur de "L'énigme Hollande", en chat le 23 février à 14h" Linternaute.com Retrieved June 7, 2009